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Peer Education Advisors Academy & CPE Train-the-Trainer Bundle

Advisors Academy: This short course is split up into five modules designed to give new peer education advisors a foundational understanding of the skills required to be successful in their role. With content developed by our expert volunteer faculty, Advisors Academy is the first step toward excellence in peer education advising. 

CPE Train-the-Trainer: The CPE Train-the-Trainer course prepares Professional Staff to facilitate NASPA's Certified Peer Educator (CPE) Training Program on their campus with their students. This course certifies you to teach the CPE curriculum and certify your students as Certified Peer Educators. 

  • Contains 75 Component(s)

    If you're interested in becoming a facilitator for this nationally-recognized training program which has certified over 350,000 students to-date, the CPE Train-the-Trainer course is for you! As part of the Train the Trainer course you receive a physical CPE Facilitator's Guide. Customers requesting shipment outside the United States are responsible for payment of all duties and fees associated with international shipment.

  • Contains 11 Component(s)

    This self-paced course is designed to be an introduction to the various roles and competencies of an effective peer education advisor. The content for this course was developed by campus peer education advisors who serve as volunteer faculty with NASPA.

    Welcome to the Peer Education Advisors Academy!

    This self-paced course is designed to be an introduction to the various roles and competencies of an effective peer education advisor. The content for this course was developed by campus peer education advisors just like you who serve as volunteer faculty with NASPA. 

    In the Handouts section of this course, you will find a PDF workbook designed as an accompaniment to this training. Please use this workbook to take notes, engage in reflection, and think of ways you can apply the course content to your work with students. 

    If you have any questions, please email [email protected] and a member of our team will be happy to assist you! 

    Acknowledgements

    The Peer Education Advisors Academy would not exist without the hard work and dedication of our volunteer faculty. Special thanks go to the below individuals who have worked on various iterations of this program. 

    • Alicia Czachowski, Tulane University
    • Karen Flanagan, Sacred Heart University
    • Leslie Haxby McNeill, Miami University
    • La’ Tesha Hinton, Tulane University
    • Aaron Maracle, University at Buffalo SUNY
    • Michael McNeil, Columbia University
    • Joleen Nevers, University of Connecticut
    • Mandy Parente, University of Alabama at Birmingham
    • Ryan Travia, Babson College